Archive for August 17th, 2008
Here is the latest Skycast. This audio is about 25 minutes long and is the second sermon in a series I am preaching from Isaiah. I published the print version on this blog last week and it is below. (The print version of the current will be available at my box.net widget on the side bar.) This sermon looks at four ‘words’ that the Lord had for his people Israel (Judah) before they were to be taken into captivity. I believe the hope was that perhaps they would get the hint and take action. Obviously, they didn’t. Well, what would he say to the church today? Better, what has he already said to the church in the person of Jesus of Nazareth? That is what I am exploring in this Skycast.
Listen here: Isaiah’s Call for Spiritual Reformation: Hearing God.
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Soli Deo Gloria!
For those of you who happen to preach or teach and need some extra help in preparation you might find this post helpful. All of the files below are found at box.net and are available for access either by going to the box.net widget below or by clicking the links in this post. The sermons are from the book of Daniel and each one is a full manuscript. I preach expository sermons. I have also including the corresponding Powerpoint presentations when one is available. They can also be downloaded from box.net. If you are some who enjoys reading, these sermons are highly readable. Each sermon reads the entire chapter the sermon is based on and also includes many other Scripture references too. I think you will find these sermons very encouraging and helpful. Later when time proves less of an issue, I will also post them at SermonCentral.com. jerry
Part 1: The Church in Exile, various Scriptures
Part 6: The Once and Future History of Babylon the Great, Daniel 5:1-30
Part 11: The Prayers We Pray & The Answers to the Prayers We Pray, Daniel 9:1-27
Part 12: Concerning the Great War and The End, Daniel 10:1-11:45
Part 13: The End of Daniel’s Gospel: The Resurrection of the Saints, Daniel 12:1-13
Soli Deo Gloria!